부제 : abstractintroductionsystematic accountsreferencesin Gyeongsangnam-do and Jeollanam-do. Second, Velarifictorus micado (Saussure, 1877) is confirmed from nearly all around the Korean peninsula including North Korea. Third, the previously not recorded Velarifictorus ornatus (Shiraki, 1911) is newly r
부제 : abstractintroductionmaterials and methodssystematic accountsreferencesKorean distribution has been briefly reported. The female genitalia of Luceria striata are described for the first time. Photos of imagines and genitalia, where available, are provided. All the examined specimens are deposited in the Department of P
부제 : abstractintroductionsystematic accountsacknowledgementsreferencesKorea. This is the first record of B. gelasinifer outside Japanese waters. B. gelasinifer is readily separated from B. granulimanus Yokoya, 1927, the only member of Betaeus from Korea by the morphological differences in the first pereopods and the d
sand (five species). Four identified species―A. caesiellus, A. montenegroi, A. rhizopodus, and A. tabacinus―are in the first records in Korea. Here, we provide detailed descriptions of the morphological characteristics of these four species.
Ctenomyces serratus is the first recorded in Korea. Chrysosporium spp. were the most common genus in soils of birds cages whereas M. gypseum was the most common species in soils of Even-toed Ungulate and Carnivores cages among wild mammals cages.
부제 : abstractintroductionmaterials and methodssystematic accountsreferencesis the first report of the genera Rheocricotopus and Hayesomyia in Korea. The genus Hayesomyia in the tribe Pentaneurini of Tanypodinae has a Holarctic distribution with only one species recorded from each of the Palaearctic and Nearctic regions.
During a survey of fungal species in South Korea, a species of Volutella ciliata was isolated and described based on the analysis of the internal transcribed spacer region of its rDNA and its morphological characteristics. This is the first record o
by analysis of internal transcribed spacer regions of rDNA and morphological characteristics. In the literature, P. boydii has been mentioned as a human pathogen. This is the first record of P. boydii isolated from crop field soil in Korea.
record not only from this river system but from the south Korean subdistrict as well. There are no remarkable morphological differences among the specimens from the Naktong River and the previously known localities(Imjin R., Han R. and Kum R.). In K
부제 : abstractintroductionmaterials and methodssystematic accountsreferencesspecimens. The genetic distance of COI of these specimens was in the range 0.4-6.6%. These results confirm that the newly collected specimens belong to O. tsushimensis. This is the first record of the genus Orobdella from the Korean Peninsula.